Local Community Committees


The National Health Co-op (NHC) establishes Local Community Committees (LCCs) in each region where it operates.

LCCs are established to ensure the NHC remains responsive to changing community needs by providing a formal avenue for local members to provide feedback and advice to the NHC’s management on the services needed most in their respective regions.

Information from each LCC directly informs the NHC’s strategic business plan and regional service delivery agendas.

Role of the Local Community Committee

The role of each LCC is to:

The LCC Charter provides further details on the above; click here to read.


All NHC members that are serviced by the clinic(s) within the LCC’s catchment are automatically eligible to participate in meetings of the LCC.

Current LCCs